View Full Version : I'm proud of Ohioans.

04-28-2010, 11:32 AM
To those who remember the 2008 election, their was a travesty of justice in Ohio.

Ohio AG Kennifer Brunner ruled that "VOTERS" could register without ID and vote in early voting on the same day. She also banned poll watchers from watching the polls during early voting and had the Ohio State Patrol stop private citizens from recording busloads of newly registered "voters" as they went from polling station to polling station to vote. She refused to prosecute illegal voters when they were exposed as such.

Now, in spite of a massive push in the dem primary to get her the nomination ... from Obama and Dean's groups on down ... her campaign is flailing and gaining no traction other than among the most die hard O-cultists.

Her fundraising in state has been close to bone dry, and in spite of endorsements from:

Democracy for America
National Women's Political Caucus
Women's Campaign Forum
Feminist Majority PAC
National Organization for Women PAC
WomenCount PAC
ElectWomen Magazine
Veterans' Vision
Wood County Democratic Party
Vinton County Democratic Party
Mahoning County Democratic Party
Central Ohio Stonewall Democrats
Cleveland Stonewall Democrats
Summit County Stonewall Democrats
Mahoning Valley Stonewall Democrats
Geauga Democratic Women's Caucus
Trumbull Democratic Women's Caucus
Lake County Democratic Women's Caucus
Mahoning Democratic Women's Caucus
Clark County Democratic Women's Caucus
Morgan County Deomcratic Women's Caucus
Shelby County Democratic Women's Caucus
Cincinnati Women's Political Caucus
Muskingum Area Women's Democratic Club
Fairfield County Democratic Ladies Club
Stark County Black Caucus
Youngstown Warren Black Caucus
Northern Mahoning Democrats Club
YSU College Democrats
Mahoning County Young Dems
Somali Democrats of Ohio
UFCW Local 880 in Cleveland
UFCW Local 911 in Toledo
UFCW 1059 in Columbus
UFCW Local 1099 in Cincinnati
International Chemical Worker Union Council
Ohio State Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters
IBEW Local 573
Laborers Local 310
Laborers Local 758
Ironworkers Local 17
Ironworkers Local 468
Caroline Kennedy
Gloria Steinem
Dolores Heurta
Ellie Smeal
Kim Gandy
Darcy Burner
Siobhan "Sam" Bennett
State Sen. Teresa Fedor
State Sen. Eric Kearney
State Rep. Matt Patten
State Rep. Kathleen Chandler
State Rep. Mike Foley State Rep. Lorraine Fende
Cuyahoga County Commissioner Tim Hagan
Franklin County Commissioner Marilyn Brown
Mahoning County Commissioner John McNally
Cuyahoga County Treasurer Jim Rokakis
Mahoning County Treasurer Lisa Antonini
Lorain County Clerk of Courts Ron Nabakowski
Trumbull County Engineer David DeChristofaro
Ashtabula County Clerk of Court Carole Mead
South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo
Niles Mayor Ralph Infante
Girard Mayor James Melfi
Lowelville Mayor James Iudiciani Sr
Struthers Mayor Terry Stocker
Columbus Councilman Andrew Ginther
Columbus Councilwoman Priscilla Tyson
Youngstown Councilwoman Annie Gillam
Youngstown Councilwoman Janet Tarpley
Former Youngstown Councilman Rufus Hudson
Youngstown Clerk of Courts Sarah Brown-Clark
Geauga County Dem Party Chair Janet Carson
Clermont County Dem Party Chair Dave Lane
Trumbull County Dem Party Chair Christ Michelakis
Allen County Dem Party Chair Rick Siferd
Summit County Party Second Vice Chair Tamela Lee
Christopher Celeste
Barbara Gould

here is the result:

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Lee Fisher has a commanding 41 - 24 percent lead over Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner in the race for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination, up from 33 - 26 percent March 30, according to a Quinnipiac University poll of likely primary voters released today. </div></div>

&gt;&gt;&gt;MY GOODNESS&lt;&lt;&lt; (http://www.quinnipiac.edu/x1322.xml?ReleaseID=1449)

&gt;&gt;&gt;SAY IT AIN'T SO&lt;&lt;&lt; (http://www.jenniferbrunner.com/page/content/endorsements)